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 Nelson Mandela, then acting as a defense lawyer, outside the Drill Hall, during the Treason Trial, the first major trial for treason in South Africa. Nelson Mandela, Victor Hugo, New Africa, South Africa, African National Congress, Digital History, Apartheid, Nobel Peace Prize, Magnum Photos

Nelson Mandela: A Life in Photographs

A look back at Mandela’s life, from his days as an activist in apartheid-era South Africa to his Presidency.

Walter Ulyate Sisulu born 18 May 1912 African National Congress, Jacob Zuma, Black Men, Black And White, History Online, African Nations, Lest We Forget, African History, Black History

Walter Ulyate Sisulu | South African History Online

Walter Ulyate Max Sisulu was born in the village of Qutubeni in the Engcobo district of the Transkei on 18 May 1912. Sisulu was born out of wedlock. His father was a Mr. Dickenson, a white assistant magistrate

Welcome to Robben Island, South Africa - home to the infamous prison where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years, along with over political prisone. Nelson Mandela Young, Nelson Mandela Biography, Winnie Mandela, Mandela Quotes, Mandela Art, First Black President, Poster Boys, Role Player, Black Presidents

Mandela, Killer of Nations: Atheist, Marxist, Terrorist, New World Order poster boy, Black Pope, Communist Mass Murderer, Abortionist, Role-player… | SA-News.com

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A resident of Tokoza is searched during operations by the SADF (South African Defense Force) and the police to quell the violence there--August Tokoza, South Africa Photo credit: Paul Velasco; Wall Prints, Poster Prints, Injustices In The World, Famous African Americans, Africa People, Lest We Forget, Mountain Man, African History, Black History Month

A resident of Tokoza is searched during operations by the SADF (South African Defense Force) and the police to quell the violence there--August 11, 1993. Tokoza, South Africa Photo credit: Paul Velasco; Gallo Images/CORBIS

On June four anti apartheid activists were brutally murdered on behalf of the South African government. African National Congress, Apartheid, Activists, African History, Rare Photos, South Africa, June, Inspired, Inspiration

On June 27, 1985, four anti apartheid activists were brutally murdered on behalf of the South African government.